Monthly Archives: December 2017

Continuing Legal Education Covers Firm Owners, Too

A firm that can show they have made every effort to ensure that their attorneys have undergone sufficient training in legal ethics can more easily sidestep a bar complaint or legal malpractice issue. A recent story in The Recorder advises, “Most attorneys are aware of the ethical obligations owed to clients and take them seriously.  However, […]

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Heading off the Complexities of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Physical therapists see some of medicine’s biggest challenges walk or wheel through their doors. One of these can be Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. If a patient is facing a new insult to their body (surgery, blood draw, dental procedure), old pain can spread and flare up out of proportion to the original injury. The National […]

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A New SLP CE Provider Has Moseyed into Town

It’s always exciting to discover a new continuing education provider for your field. Speech Language Pathologists now have a new CE provider available. The ASHA gave the thumbs-up to Mediscan in October, 2017, making it the industry’s newest approved continuing education provider. Mediscan employs school-based and healthcare professionals throughout the country. Their in-person CE offerings […]

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Know (the Consequences) Before You Go

A judge in Texas is in the hot water of public opinion because she did her continuing legal education on a seven-day cruise to Alaska, and sent the bill to her county. According to Click2Houston.com, in keeping with Texas state law, Galveston County Probate Judge Kimberly Sullivan filed for reimbursement out of a statutory probate court filing […]

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